Kuracca: First Nations Anthology

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Kuracca – meaning white sulphur crested cockatoo – is a multi-lingual anthology featuring eleven Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women writing poetry, prose, songs and stories about their unique lives. All contributors are members of Canberra’s longest running Indigenous writers group called ‘Us Mob Writing’ and this book is dedicated to the late Wiradjuri Elder and award-winning writer, Kerry-Reed Gilbert.
With a strong focus on inspiring people to write, the anthology includes both emerging and award-winning writers and a foreword by Chairperson, First Nations Australia Writers Network, Yvette Holt
Contributors: Kerry Reed-Gilbert, Lisa Fuller, Joyce Graham, Samantha Faulkner, Samia Goudie, Elaine Patricia Lomas, Odette Fuller, Jessika Spencer, Marissa McDowell, Barrina South and Brenda Gifford
Imprint: Us Mob Writing and Running Waters Press
Publication: August 2023
Format: Paperback
ISBN: 9780648062974
Category: Poetry and Prose

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